Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic can be confusing and overwhelming for employees and business owners. This roundup of resources statewide is your connection to information and organizations that can help.
Vermont Department of Labor is hosting virtual town-hall events every weekday. Tuesdays and Thursdays are dedicated to employer-based topics, while Monday, Wednesday and Friday town halls showcase employee resources. Connect on YouTube to watch past virtual events and keep on top of what’s coming up.
Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility has put together a toolkit to help businesses navigate operating amid a pandemic, including Small Business Administration loans, communications during a crisis and resources for business resiliency.
Remote work can be an adjustment for municipal employees used to heading to the office Monday through Friday. Vermont League of Cities and Towns teamed up with Hickok and Boardman to provide a webinar about working from home.
Read the Vermont Council on Rural Development’s guide for communities grappling with COVID-19 to build resiliency through mutual aid teams and community response.
Vermont Department of Public Service has declared a moratorium on regulated utilities’ disconnections for non-payment during this pandemic. Find public wi-fi hotspots, information on cellular connectivity, and more resources.
Vermont Farm to Plate is aggregating support for food system businesses and has created a task force with representation across the food system identifying needs and areas for greater collaboration.
Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center has local, state and national resources, including manufacturing-related topics and ideas that can assist you with COVID-19 related concerns for your company and your employees.
Health care professionals with out-of-state licenses are now eligible to practice in Vermont.
For more COVID-19 related resources for businesses and individuals, visit the COVID-19 Recovery Resource Center.